Albert Bouvet

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Bouvet in 1997

Albert Bouvet (28 February 1930 – 20 May 2017) was a French professional cyclist. He won Paris–Tours in 1956 and remained the last Frenchman to win until Jacky Durand won in 1998. His name is also associated with Paris–Roubaix, as an organiser and discoverer of new sections of pavé.[1] He was born in Mellé, Ille-et-Vilaine.

Bouvet died on 20 May 2017 in Paris at the age of 87.

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